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Six. With multiplication (an all other functions) you always go left to right unless there are mixed functions (addition, subtraction, division, multiplication). Then you need to follow the rules for order of operations (BEDMAS).
B - Brackets - do whatever is in brackets first
E - Exponents - work out all exponents before you do other functions
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Removing the hinges and knobs is not a big deal. Are you simply repainting the cabinets or will you be stripping them first? If you plan on painting over, then you will need to sand where you remove the hinges so that the surface is a smooth as possible (it will give you the best … Read more
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You can try edible arrangements. These are like flower arrangements but made with fruit. Everything is on a stick, so it's easy for guests to eat. I prefer things on sticks simply because it's cleaner on the fingers.
Savory foods: Swedish meatballs, pigs in a blanket, mini-kieche crab puffs, lobster balls, anything wrapped in phylo … Read more
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Unsalted by GayLee is what works best for my baking and my family loves it with corn on the cob. If we need to use margarine, it is by Fleischman's - it is one of the few margarines without milk solids (important as one of my nieces has a severe milk allergy).
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The weather you can expect to encounter in an October in the Dominican Republic is fairly mild, at least as far as temperatures go. A daily low of 75 degrees Fahrenheit and daily high of 86 degrees make it a vacationer's dream, but all travelers should be aware of the threat of severe weather posed … Read more
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Many people believe that a bird tapping at the window is also an omen of impending death to one of the house's occupants. This belief, associating the entry or interest of a bird in the home or its occupants, stems from the ancient belief that birds are actually the messengers of departed souls, or the … Read more
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There is a six-point formula to the proper thank-you: It will never fail you. 1. Greet the Giver (Dear Aunt Sally,)That's the easy part, but you'd be surprised how many people forget it. 2. Express Your Gratitude (Thank you for your generosity.) Never directly mention money. 'Thank you for the hundred bucks' could instead be … Read more
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I have been to the website mentioned above, but their message is as follows:
"Due to ever-changing product upgrades, The Gourmet Kitchen no longer carries replacement parts, gaskets, tops or liners for ThermosĀ® products.
If you own a ThermosĀ® brand product and are in need of a part, we do offer a Replacement Program that offers … Read more